The latest release of APIlity is ready.
This release includes just small fixes:
- TrafficEstimator service
APIlity now reflects the changes in the TrafficEstimate service
- new attribute "clicksPerDay"
- removed attributes "impressions", "ctr", "notShownPerDay"
The documentation has been changed to a proper CSS-based layout.
View the complete ChangeLog.
An update is recommended to avoid errors with the changed WSDL in the
I am currently about to re-design the docs. I would like syntax-highlighted samples, an easy-to-maintain XML reference file and an automatically generated XHTML file which looks good in all browsers and can be used offline and online (i.e. I don't want to maintain two files for the online docs and the shipped docs). This seems to be a little much and I am either not supporting all browsers or need to do the syntax highlighting manually as I cannot get the XSL-generated PHP code interpreted. I keep working to find a solution which works and which I can live with.